What do you need to know about selecting a third party last mile provider?
When it comes to logistics, the last mile is always the most important one in the supply chain.
What is last mile delivery?
It is the movement of goods from a transportation depot or hub to the final destination. It is the final connection between your products and your customers, and often a key differentiator between you and your competitors. Your third party last mile provider should be as concerned with representing your company, as your company is with providing the best customer service to your customer.
Trucking growth remains in the cards, ATA says in new report
Amid the talk and coverage about things negatively impacting the trucking industry like increasing regulations, tight capacity, and equipment-related issues and challenges, there is one thing to always remember about the sector: it moves a lot of freight, make that more than a lot, actually.
ATA’s American Trucking Trends reports an increase in trucking’s percentage of all domestic freight
Despite what it is happening in the economy, one thing has remained constant over the years: the steady hold, and gains, in freight transportation market share held by the trucking sector.
That was made clear in this year’s edition of American Trucking Trends from the American Trucking Associations (ATA).